The world should get used to oil prices at around $60 a barrel and despite that record low price, China will probably use less crude because of pollution concerns, according to an energy industry veteran.
Despite the rapid growth of major Chinese companies, maintaining that exponential growth on the international stage, especially in established markets such as the United States, has proven a great challenge.
The chief of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) conceded Thursday that there was no proof of useful information yielded from the brutal interrogation techniques used by the agency on terrorism detainees.
US Secretary of State John Kerry will join the ongoing UN climate talks being held in Lima, as first week of negotiations in the Peruvian capital ended with no breakthrough, the State Department said Tuesday.
Linden Center, a US boutique hotel business operated in southwest China's Yunnan province, narrowly missed the Secretary of State's 2014 Award for Corporate Excellence (ACE) when the annual award was announced Tuesday.
The US Senate confirmed President Barack Obama's nominees to be the next American ambassadors to India and Afghanistan on Tuesday, filling two of the country's most important diplomatic posts days before leaving Washington for the year.